“EDGEWATER — Edgewater today is “one of the best versions” of itself in the past 40 years, but the neighborhood must “fight with every ounce of energy” to sustain its success, Ald. Harry Osterman (48th) said during the 2016 State of Edgewater breakfast Tuesday.
“Forty years ago, when Edgewater broke off and became its own community, the people wanted a safe neighborhood with thriving businesses, with great schools, in a diverse community by the lake,” Osterman said. “Today, Devon, Thorndale, Broadway, Clark Street, Bryn Mawr … we are living through right now one of the best versions that we have of our community.
“People worked for 40 years, very, very hard to get to where we are — wasn’t dumb luck,” he added….”
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